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Mikkel Bates, Regulatory Manager of FE fundinfo, on the growing chasm between the regulators and Better Finance (a European body representing savers and investors), and the European Commission and MEPs on the most heavily criticised section of KIDs - performance ratios.
As it looks increasingly like we have now passed the peak of the coronavirus crisis in the UK, commentary has turned to what the potential economic fallout could look like. Nervous clients who stoically rode out the initial market falls may now be reconsidering their options. In this article we show how you can demonstrate sequencing risk through turbulent market conditions, in a visual way your clients can relate to.
The rapid economic slowdown and financial market correction has led to speculation about how long any recession will last and what shape the economic recovery will take. In this article we take a closer look at the likelihood of a V, U, L or W shaped recovery. FOR ADVISER USE ONLY.
The 2020 FE fundinfo Financial Adviser survey is now in its 5th year running. Between the months of November and December 2019 (before the Covid-19 pandemic), we asked 271 financial advisers about their 2020 outlook.
To help Fund Managers and Distributors fulfil their obligations under the new rules from the Hong Kong SFC, FE fundinfo is currently collecting this data from Fund Managers and supporting them in disseminating their regulatory data and documents to Fund Distributors via data feeds to help them demonstrate suitability.
With the high levels of market volatility seen over recent weeks many of the conversations advisers are having with their clients are focused on the strategies available to help mitigate the risks of falling markets. It’s also an important in times like these to reiterate to clients why they should continue to invest for the long term and not react to short term panic.
The European securities regulator ESMA has delayed the deadline for responses to its consultation on technical standards on the provision of investment services and activities by third-country firms by four weeks from the end of March to 28 April.
All our lives and businesses are changing in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is an uncertain and unprecedented time for everyone and our concern is always first and foremost the health and safety of our employees, customers and partners.